Thanks to all our friends and fans that have suppoported us since 2006!
We’ve gone through a number of changes over the past 7 years, and I can’t wait to get back in touch and find out what stories and adventures you’ve had.
I’ve been working hard on getting Millionster.com back up to its previous awesomeness, so bare with me while we re-organize everything and get our new design out the door.
If you have a blog or site you would like to partner with on upcoming version of Millionster, please let me know.
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Some time later I’ve managed to move this site over to an upgraded server. You’ll see some changes over the next couple of weeks! So stay tuned!
Still working on finding a way to make this site a priority again. Wish me luck!
I’m so annoyed this morning that I have to dust off my 4-year old blog which I haven’t posted on in 2-years, to give you a word of caution.
I had a great idea for a website and I went to what was once my favorite domain research tool domize.com. The domain showed up as available, nice. I went to register the domain on my webhost, and it was available there too. After I went to complete the purchase the domain was, what? UNAVAILABLE?
Die-hard investors of the beleaguered bank are fighting hard to keep Washington Mutual out of the pockets of greedy short sellers.
Short sellers are notorious for artificially driving down stock prices of otherwise healthy companies — or at least companies that have a fighting chance to pull out of murky waters.
The downfall of financial firms including AIG, Lehman Brothers, Merrill Lynch, including the downward pressure on WaMu and Morgan Stanley are widely beleived to have been at the mercy of unscrupulous short sellers.
A large group of so-called “nudist colony nuns” — names withheld — have emptied out their collective coin jars to put together a compelling offer for WM.
Bolstered by the recent surge in Nude Tellers and accompanying lines of customers aching to put their money where the nudists are, the Nuns released in a statement this afternoon –”We think their brand is moving in a direction that is consistent with the ideals that are at the very heart and soul of nudism. By EOD tomorrow we hope to have not only refitted all WaMu ATMs with a new pro-nude logo, but to also have equipped all WaMu branches with an army of Nude tellers to encourage increased deposits. ”
Story from CNBC
**dont believe everything you read at CNBC**
*Taps on the screen*
You know, salvo the 90 or so comments I have sitting in my inbox here this place has been rather quiet. Ah well, it’s just me being me. I thought I’d come by and say hello, just in case you’ve missed me. I’ve missed you too.
Welcome to the November 15, 2007 edition of twenty something finances.
So I did absolutely nothing productive this weekend except go out and get drunk — oh and play Guitar Hero 3! I really needed a break though; last week at work was killer — I was so stressed out. (boo hoo)